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How To Salvage Article I: The Crumbling Foundation Of Our Republic, David Schoenbrod Jan 2017

How To Salvage Article I: The Crumbling Foundation Of Our Republic, David Schoenbrod

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Can Prosecutors Be Both Coach And Referee?, Rebecca Roiphe Jan 2016

Can Prosecutors Be Both Coach And Referee?, Rebecca Roiphe

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Constitutional Overview Of Post-9/11 Barriers To Free Speech And A Free Press, Nadine Strossen Jan 2008

Constitutional Overview Of Post-9/11 Barriers To Free Speech And A Free Press, Nadine Strossen

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Introduction: Towards Understanding South African Constitutionalism, Penelope Andrews, Stephen Ellmann Jan 2001

Introduction: Towards Understanding South African Constitutionalism, Penelope Andrews, Stephen Ellmann

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Twins Separated At Birth: A Comparative History Of The Civil And Criminal Arising Under Jurisdiction Of The Federal Courts And Some Proposal For Change, Donald H. Zeigler Jan 1995

Twins Separated At Birth: A Comparative History Of The Civil And Criminal Arising Under Jurisdiction Of The Federal Courts And Some Proposal For Change, Donald H. Zeigler

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The Sleeper Wakes: The History And Legacy Of The Twenty-Seventh Amendment, Richard B. Bernstein Jan 1992

The Sleeper Wakes: The History And Legacy Of The Twenty-Seventh Amendment, Richard B. Bernstein

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No provision of the United States Constitution has a more drawn-out, tortured history than the Twenty-seventh Amendment, which was ratified more than two centuries after Representative James Madison introduced it in the First Congress.

In this Article, Professor Bernstein traces the Amendment's origins to the legislative political culture of the late eighteenth century, as influenced by the controversy over ratifying the Constitution. He then examines the perennial controversies over congressional compensation in American history, elucidating how in the 1980s and 1990s public anger at Congress reached critical mcm sufficient to propel the 1789 compensation amendment into the Constitution. Finally ...


Review Essay: Charting The Bicentennial, Richard B. Bernstein Jan 1987

Review Essay: Charting The Bicentennial, Richard B. Bernstein

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Can Consent Waive Absolute Rights To An Article Iii Court (85-621) (85-642), Ronald Filler Jan 1986

Can Consent Waive Absolute Rights To An Article Iii Court (85-621) (85-642), Ronald Filler

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